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Category Archives: 2013 Reader Top 30
Yesterday was about the prospects off of the radar who may get on to lists and gain attention. Breakout prospects are players who are going to make a leap in value and projection. They could be anywhere, if you think … Continue reading
Everyone has their guy that they think is not getting enough attention and will become a legitimate prospect in the coming year. This is the chance to put that idea down for all to see. Just as with the Top … Continue reading
Now that we have finished our collective list it is time for everyone to submit their own lists if they want to. I will post them all up here https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aq9atTaYBdErdDFibUpEVENleTB0Mnk1X0dSb19DSWc#gid=1 so that they can be compared against each other. I will … Continue reading
The Reader Top 30 is finally completed and here is your list: Biddle Quinn Morgan Joseph Franco Ruf Asche Pettibone Martin Tocci Aumont Gillies Watson Greene Valle De Fratus Collier Wright Cozens Hernandez Gueller Walding Pullin Giles Colvin Rupp Dugan … Continue reading
You can keep going to tie-breaker and Zach Green barely takes the #29 spot. Last and final spot up for grabs here.
Simon and Green ended in too close a race to call, but I didn’t feel right ending in a strict run-off. So I have taken the top 5 vote getters and they will be our poll for #29 today and … Continue reading
Gabriel Lino takes the #28 spot, two more to go and here is your poll.
Rupp takes the #26 spot and Dugan #27, after review it appears that BA does not have Jake Diekman as rookie eligible so I have removed from the list. Only three more spots to go.
Cameron Rupp and Kelly Dugan ended in a complete tie so here is your run-off for #26
Last week of the Top 30.